Murray, 26, a 2011 third-round draft pick, established career highs with 1,121 yards rushing and nine touchdowns, plus 53 catches for 350 yards and one TD.
And when San Francisco’s Frank Gore had to bow out of the Pro Bowl with an injury, Murray stepped in.
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However, even after such a successful 2013, Murray knows he can do even better in his fourth NFL season.
“You always got to be on your toes and you always got to work hard,” Murray said. “You don’t want to get complacent. That’s when you get passed up. That’s when you get left behind, so I’m going to always try to put my best foot forward and come into work every day, work hard and make sure I’m prepared to go out there and do what I do.” (More at TulsaWorld)